(Bush) Mid season green shelling pea. Plants will reach about 18" high. Good flavour and yield. Pods are about 4" in length with approx. 6-8 peas.
Also known as Roi de Carouby. An old French heirloom snow pea that has very large pods. Productive 6' vines with pink/purple flowers. From the village of Maussane in southern France.
Good shelling variety with 4" pods. Earlier maturing plants that can reach 24", yield well. Good fresh market pea with great flavour. Heirloom pea from the state of New York.
Green Shelling Pea - Dwarf variety, developed in Manitoba that has large pods with 8 - 9 seeds per pod. Has large leaves and white flowers. Plant size would make a good container garden item.
Tall growing snow pea that can reach 6'. Very good producer if you keep pods picked. Russian Heirloom that arrived with the Mennonite community in Saskatchewan. Purple speckled seed.
Heirloom, Late season, heavy producing green shelling pea that can have vines that grow to 8' long that need sturdy support. Ken Allen of Kingston, spent many years selecting to increase the number of peas per pod. This is noted to be an old variety.
Heirloom pea, also known as Alderman, was introduced in 1891. Can have 6-8' vines and produce a generous crop for fresh eating and for freezing or canning.
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